When the 2012 season begins on Sept. 5, the New York Giants will be coming in as the defending Super Bowl Champions.
After winning their second Super Bowl in four years, the Giants will have a lot of expectations placed upon them when the season kicks off, but with the team lead by Tom Coughlin, those expectations usually don't bother them.
Even with a second title in just a few short years, the Giants knew they still had work to do to the roster, and Giants GM Jerry Reese never stops working to make the team better.
Reese is one of the best talent evaluators and scouts in the game, which has made him such a successful GM in the NFL with the Giants.
Reese was busy making the Giants better for their title defense run in 2012, re-signing key players and bringing in new faces to Big Blue.
How did Reese do with his moves this offseason?
Find out as we grade all of the key offseason acquisitions.